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DEI Community Conversations: Harnessing Accessibility and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities

Alanna Flax-Clark, M.S.Ed. (Glen Gardner, N.J.) is a para-equestrian competing in dressage, as well as an actress, model, and writer. She was a member of the silver medal-winning Adequan® U.S. Para Dressage Team at the 2019 Caledon Spring Jubilee CPEDI3* and was named the 2019 Adequan/United States Dressage Federation Para Dressage Rider of the Year, among many other impressive performances. Flax-Clark is a disability advocate, mentor to newly disabled members of the community, and aims to brin

DEI Community Conversations: Horses in Black Communities

The USEF's Feb. 21, 2021, webcast DEI Community Conversations: Horses in Black Communities, featured the University of Kentucky's Dr. Anastasia Curwood on "Equestrian History is Black History"; Kareem Rosser of Friends of Work to Ride on "Opportunities to Engage with Horses in Urban Areas"; and Saddle Up and Read's Caitlin Gooch on "Developing Soft Skills Through Experiences with Horses." The conversation covers such topics as equestrian outreach efforts to the Black community; how experiences

2020 Tom Bass Seminar on Diversity in Equestrian Sports

Video Transcript of the 2020 Tom Bass Seminar on Diversity in Equestrian Sports - Saturday, November 14th. Due to the worldwide Covid-19 Pandemic, the seminar was held as a webinar. The seminar was organized by The AFRICAN CONNECTIONS Research and Education Fund, Inc. in association with SportsQuest International, LLC. Supporting organizations include: The Tryon International Equestrian Center,, The Chronicle of the Horse and The moderator is Melvin H. Cox, Managing Director of SportsQuest International, LLC and a Lecturer at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

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